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Delinquency Rate Finds New Low

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“For the second quarter in a row, the mortgage delinquency rate fell to its lowest level since MBA’s survey began in 1979,” said Marina Walsh, MBA’s VP of Industry Analysis.

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As Originations Decline, Consumer Interest in HELOCs Inches Upward

Joe Mellman, SVP and Mortgage Business Leader at TransUnion, said, "Considering that homeowners had a cumulative total of $604 billion in non-mortgage debt, [HELOCs allow homeowners to] use their available home equity to pay off more expensive debt while keeping their existing low interest rate mortgage in place.”

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U.S. Mortgage Delinquencies Continue to Decline

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For the 16th consecutive month, mortgage delinquencies slid month-over-month in July, however continued inflationary concerns by homeowners is proving increasingly difficult for them to make their monthly mortgage payment.

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Are Delinquency Numbers Stabilizing?

According to the Philadelphia Federal Reserve Bank, delinquencies and forbearance markets may have begun to flatten out as forbearances have posted about a half-million in mortgages, delinquencies posted numbers of around 2 million, and foreclosure starts hovering around 30,000 per ...

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Mortgage Delinquency Data Update

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CoreLogic has released the latest iteration of its monthly Loan Performance Insights Report for May 2022.  According to CoreLogic, the total delinquency rate fell to 2.7% of all loans, reflecting all loans that were in some stage of delinquency. This ...

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